"When a vision comes from the thunder beings of the West, it comes with terror like a thunder storm; but when the storm of vision has passed, the world is greener and happier; for wherever the truth of vision comes upon the world, it is like a rain. The world, you see, is happier after the terror of the storm. ... you have noticed that truth comes into this world with two faces. One is sad with suffering, and the other laughs; but it is the same face, laughing or weeping." - Black Elk

11th March 2014

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24th February 2014

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raptivist:

Sans Soleil

Chris Marker

1983

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31st December 2013

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The Plaque Series

The concept art of Jenny Holzer.

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31st December 2013

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fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

"It’s good to know that one of my heroes, Woody Guthrie, had a lot of the same New Year’s Resolutions as I do. This is from 1942."
Via Boots Riley

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

"It’s good to know that one of my heroes, Woody Guthrie, had a lot of the same New Year’s Resolutions as I do. This is from 1942."

Via Boots Riley

12th December 2013

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If you can read this, thank the systematic relations of the signs which constitute language; if you can read this in English, thank your position in the power-knowledge nexus of cultural and national identity
— bumper sticker on Michel Foucault’s car (via marxvx)

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12th December 2013

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babylonfalling:

'tis the season

babylonfalling:

'tis the season

12th December 2013

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sebaxxxtian:

Details from Bruegel the Elder's The Triumph of Death

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10th December 2013

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10th December 2013

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bleeding-rainbow:

SO EXCITED FOR THIS SHOW! email us for the address of Golden Tea House. (flier by sarah)

bleeding-rainbow:

SO EXCITED FOR THIS SHOW! email us for the address of Golden Tea House. (flier by sarah)

10th December 2013

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De Blasio's New NYPD Commissioner Would Have 'Crushed Occupy Wall Street Like A Cockroach' →

fuckyeahmarxismleninism:

Bill de Blasio, NYC’s new Trotskyite Sandinista Commandant, was an outspoken supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement and many of the progressive values it espoused. He spoke at Zuccotti Park in October of 2011, and heralded the activists for dragging “the growing crisis of income inequality out into the light of day.” He called Bloomberg’s decision to evict the occupation in the dead of night "troubling" and said he would have let the protest “play out.” His police commissioner, however, would have swept that park clean as soon as the first twinkle fingers hit the air.

Capital New York reports that incoming NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton, known for his “broken windows” approach to law enforcement during the Giuliani administration, told a former New York City official that if he were commissioner during Occupy Wall Street he would have “cleared them out right away.” And during a speech in Manhattan last year, Bratton bluntly stated that "You can’t allow people to occupy public space.” 

Bill de Blasio’s transition team did not respond to our request for comment on Bratton’s Occupy Wall Street remarks. But it’s not just Occupy Wall Street supporters who may be disappointed by our new commissioner’s fascist disregard for the Constitutional right to freedom of assembly. Although the NYCLU tentatively embraced de Blasio’s choice for commissioner yesterday, Bratton has been an enthusiastic supporter of the controversial stop-and-frisk tactic. In an interview with the New Yorker earlier this year, Bratton “emphatically endorsed” stop-and-frisk.